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In Designer’s Diary, a new column for National Jeweler, Salt + Stone’s Jacqueline Stone will detail her ups and downs as an emerging jewelry designer. Her first column describes a typical day in the life. 
Lower retail price points, more marketing and commodity prices nearing parity were all factors in the metal’s success in the U.S. market.   
A former Israeli Defense expert who now heads a jewelry-focused security firm runs down the main missteps exhibitors make that lead to losses. 
Here are the top five stories posted on NationalJeweler.com between March 29 and April 4, according to Google Analytics.
This Mother’s Day, Toms River, N.J. retailer Corinne Jewelers is taking its design cues from 9- and 10-year-olds to create a custom piece for one local mother figure.
The organization will offer sales and management professional certification exams at four upcoming industry events across the country.
A jeweler who pawned a diamond he reported stolen and was found with a stockpile of weapons in his Alabama home will spend the next several years behind bars.
The New York-based company that specializes in buying from the public has a new division that purchases from professionals and sells the pieces via tender at its main office.
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